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The Articulate Hour
Friday, May 5 at 9pm on WMHT-TV
Artists and experts explore big ideas through a lens of arts, culture, and science.
Call the Midwife: Season Finale
Sunday, May 7 at 8pm on WMHT-TV
The wedding day arrives, but a horrific car crash turns into a race against time.
Independent Lens: Sam Now
Monday, May 8 at 10pm on WMHT-TV
What happens when a filmmaker helps his half-brother search for his missing mother?
Frontline: Clarence and Ginni Thomas: Politics, Power and the Supreme Court
Tuesday, May 9 at 9pm on WMHT-TV
As controversy erupts around Clarence and Ginni Thomas, the story of their path to power.
Wednesday, May 10 at 8pm on WMHT-TV
See Scandinavia’s epic landscapes full of fjords, magical forests and fiery volcanoes.
Great Performances: Celebrating 50 Years of Broadway’s Best
Friday, May 12 at 9pm on WMHT-TV
See Scandinavia’s epic landscapes full of fjords, magical forests, and fiery volcanoes.
Great Performances at the Met: Fedora
Sunday, May 14 at 12pm on WMHT-TV
Umberto Giordano’s drama stars soprano Sonya Yoncheva.
Aging Together in New York
May 15-21: Aging Together Week 2023
Aging presents a unique stage of life - one that has not been adequately explored. As life expectancy grows, our society has not kept up with the potential of an added generation of experience - potentially decades beyond age sixty-five. While projected longevity and increased quality of life presents opportunities, there are challenges that need attention now.
As we age, we are more likely to live alone and can face barriers to community and connection. Leaving work, the deaths of friends and loved ones, stopping driving, hearing and vision challenges all can isolate older adults from sources of community. Social isolation alone doesn’t guarantee loneliness, but it is a significant risk factor.
Independent Lens: Silent Beauty
Monday, May 15 at 10pm on WMHT-TV
A woman’s journey to heal from childhood sexual abuse and confront generational trauma.
American Masters: Nam June Paik: Moon is the Oldest TV
Tuesday, May 16 at 9pm on WMHT-TV
See the world through the eyes of Nam June Paik, the father of video art.
Nova: Your Brain: Perception Deception
Wednesday, May 17 at 9pm on WMHT-TV
Neuroscientists discover the tricks and shortcuts the brain takes to help us survive.
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When Fi Lawson arrives home to find strangers moving into her house, she is plunged into terror and confusion. Fi insists her home isn't for sale–how can this other family think the house is theirs?
The Articulate Hour
The Articulate Hour makes sense of big ideas. Through conversations with artists, scholars, and other great creative thinkers, we explore our complex world through a lens of arts, culture, and science.
Immerse yourself in these breathtaking Scandinavian landscapes – beautiful fjords, magical forests, fiery volcanoes, and arctic extremes. Watch as surprising wildlife stories, myth, and modernity are all woven into this icy natural world.